In order to give it a more professional touch, users have adopted this type of technique more.
The electronic signature on emails has become what used to be the seal of letters. That is, a mechanism for identifying the messages that are sent in this way.
Despite being a bit redundant, in the world of work this type of signature is used to give a more professional touch to your messages.
Each email platform has its own mechanism to add its electronic signature, but in this case we will focus on the iPhone that has the iOS operating system and whose functions are different from the rest.
Step by step to add an electronic signature to email from an iPhone
It is important to know that electronic signatures can be from a simple text that identifies you, to an image with a specific design that adds your address, among other states.
In the following example we will add an image to the signature of our email, you just have to:
– On your computer, open your web browser and go to your favorite email client either Gmail or Outlook and attach the image you want as a new signature.
Note: Keep in mind that the image has a size according to your needs, that is, it can be approximately 250px wide and 100px high.
When sending it to your iPhone or iPad, open the email you just sent with the image of the handwritten signature. Copy the image as seen below, but be sure to copy it using the selection menu shown in this screenshot.
On your iPhone or iPad, go to Settings> Mail> Signature, and paste the signature image into the email account you want to use it for.
Test if it already works by creating a new message to confirm if it is already displayed.